Can You Avoid Bankruptcy?

: Chris Lee Law Firm

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avoidWhen individuals are running into financial difficulties they begin to think of ways that they may be able to avoid going bankrupt. Whether they are able to accomplish this or not will all depend on their financial circumstances. There are a few steps they may be able to take, however these have to be used cautiously because if not done right they can make the situation worse.

There may be an option for a debt settlement where one can negotiate with their creditors to have the debt reduced. In some cases if they are able to find a proper debt settlement program the debt load could be reduced by even as much as 40%.

In some cases individuals will opt for debt consolidation programs and these can be really tricky as often what happens is that rather than making the financial situation easier it compounds the problem. Often with that consolidation it just merely means making one payment to one creditor rather than several but the financial situation really doesn’t change.

Another alternative is to get professional help with the debt management. It could be that the financial situation is not critical enough that it requires a bankruptcy but it just needs to have more focus on managing the debt that is present.

If you have become aware of the financial situation early enough it may be that you can devise your own plan to get your finances restructured which will basically come down to budgeting. However, if there is more money going out than coming in the chances of this being a solution is very minimal.

If the financial situation is serious one should consider speaking to a Dallas bankruptcy lawyer to see if filing for bankruptcy relief is the best solution for them.


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